4 Jun '14

News Trojan horse row leaves pupils in limbo

Parents fearful as Birmingham schools face punitive Ofsted measures following May-Gove clash over alleged extremismAs Theresa May and Michael Gove battled it out in Westminster over their response to alleged extremism in schools, a group of parents gathered in a mosque meeting room in Moseley had more pressing, practical concerns: their children's education.Governors and parents had met to discuss their concerns and how they might cope with the aftermath of the "Trojan horse" investigations that will, in all likelihood, dramatically alter how their local schools are managed and run. Continue reading...

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